In previous posts, I have written about a model for understanding what motivates behavior and three clues you can use to find what motivates another person. Today, I'll share some quick insights … [Read more...]
Using the DISC Model: Focus on Needs More than Behaviors
The DISC Model of Human Behavior is, as the name implies, about behavior. And, to apply it well, I suggest looking beyond behavior to the needs behind the behavior to really use it to connect and … [Read more...]
Communication Tips – Using the DISC Model to Write Better Emails
Most of my writing about how to use the DISC Model to communicate more effectively has been focused on verbal communications. While the tips still apply to written communication, I haven't written … [Read more...]
DISC FAQ’s: Can I Change My Personality Style On Purpose?
Guy Answers the Question: Can I Change My Personality Style on Purpose? People often tell me that they believe that they have changed their personality style, and then they ask me if I think this … [Read more...]
DISC Model FAQ’s: Is Changing Your Behavior Phoney?
Guy Answers the Question:Is Changing Your Behavior Phoney? As I teach, train, and coach using the DISC model, people hear me say that I encourage them to change their behaviors to fit the situation … [Read more...]
Communication Tips: Connecting With Reserved, Task-Oriented People
One way to improve your communication effectiveness is to communicate in a way that best fits the other person's DISC behavioral style. When you find yourself communicating with a person who is … [Read more...]